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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide2: NASA’s Mission To understand and protect our home planet To explore the Universe and Search for Life To Inspire the Next Generation of ExplorersSlide6: The fundamental goal of the vision is to advance U.S. scientific, security, and economic interest through a robust space exploration program. In support of this goal, the United States will: Implement a sustained and affordable human and robotic program to explore the solar system and beyond; Extend human presence across the solar system, starting with a human return to the Moon by the year 2020, in preparation for human exploration of Mars and other destinations; Develop the innovative technologies, knowledge, and infrastructures both to explore and to support decisions about the destinations for human exploration; and Promote international and commercial participation in exploration to further U.S. scientific, security, and economic interest The President’s Vision for U.S. Space ExplorationSlide7: Aeronautics Research Exploration Systems Science Space Operations To Understand and Protect Our Home Planet To explore the Universe and Search for Life To Inspire the Next Generation of Explorers VISION MISSION ORGANIZATION To improve life here, To extend life to there, To find life beyond NASA’s Mission Directorates SBIR and STTR Research Topics Support NASA’s Technology Priorities - Enabling our Future Through the Innovation of Small Business Slide8: NASA’s Aeronautics Enterprise pioneers the identification, development, verification, transfer, application, and commercialization of high-payoff aeronautics technologies Aeronautics TechnologySlide9: Aviation Safety And Security Vehicle Systems Airspace Systems Aeronautics TopicsSlide10: Exploration Systems The mission of the Exploration Systems Enterprise is to open the space frontier by exploring, using and enabling the development of space and to expand human experience into the far reaches of spaceSlide11: Self Sufficient Space Systems Space Utilities and Power Habitation, Bioastronautics and Extravehicular Activity Space Assembly, Inspection, Maintenance and Servicing Surface Exploration and Expeditions Exploration Systems TopicsSlide12: Space Transportation Information and Communication Systems Integration, Analysis and Modeling Exploration Systems TopicsSlide13: Biological and Physical Research Biological and Physical Research Enterprise conducts basic and applied research to support human exploration of space and to take advantage of the space environment as a laboratory * How can human existence expand beyond Earth? * How do fundamental laws of nature shape the evolution of life?Slide14: Biological and Physical Research Topics Cross-Disciplinary Physical Sciences Fundamental Space Biology Biomedical And Human Support Research Partnerships and Market Driven Research Flight Payload Technologies and Outreach Slide15: NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise uses satellites and other tools to intensively study the Earth in an effort to expand our understanding of how natural processes affect us, and how we might be affecting them Earth ScienceSlide16: Instruments for Earth Science Measurements Platform Technologies for Earth Science Advanced Information Systems Technology Applying Earth Science Measurements Earth Science TopicsSlide17: Space Science NASA’s Space Science Enterprise seeks to discover the mysteries of the universe, explore the solar system, find planets around other stars and search for life beyond EarthSlide18: Sun Earth Connection Structure and Evolution of the Universe Astronomical Search for Origins Exploration of the Solar System Mars Exploration Space Science TopicsSlide19: Dryden Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johnson Stennis Kennedy Marshall Goddard Langley Glenn Organization Headquarters SBIR and STTR Research Topics Support NASA’s Highest Technology Priorities - Enabling our Future Through the Innovation of Small Business Slide20: Information Technologies for System Health Management, Autonomy and Scientific Exploration Space Radiation Dosimetry and Countermeasures Flight Dynamic Systems Characterization Advanced Concepts for Flight Research Aeropropulsion and Power Earth Science Sensors and Instruments Space Science Sensors and Instruments Understanding and Utilizing Gravitational Effects on Molecular Biology and for Medical Applications STTR TopicsSlide21: Self-Healing Repair Technologies Personal Air Vehicle Research for Rural, Regional and Intra-Urban On-Demand Transportation Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Advanced High Fidelity Design and Analysis Tools for Space Propulsion Rocket Propulsion Testing Systems Integrated Life-cycle Asset Mapping, Management, and Tracking STTR TopicsSlide22: Budget, Award Type and AmountSlide23: SBIR & STTR Selection Criteria Factor 1: Scientific/Technical Merit and Feasibility Factor 2: Experience, Qualifications and Facilities Factor 3: Effectiveness of the Proposed Work Plan Factor 4: Commercial Merit and Feasibility Proposals are primarily reviewed by NASA technical experts - with a focus toward NASA utilization Slide24: 2003 Phase 1 Selection Statistics SBIR: 2,695 proposals were received from 1,099 firms located in 48 states and DC 310 selections were made (12%) STTR: 179 proposals were received from 157 firms located in 37 states 45 selections were made (25%) Approximately 40% of the Phase 1 contracts will be selected for Phase 2 Slide25: NASA Manages it’s SBIR and STTR programs via the NASA SBIR Electronic Handbooks (EHB) All proposals are submitted electronically Contract administration is managed via the EHB Access to the EHB is directly from the NASA SBIR website http://sbir.nasa.gov NASA is the prime customer for SBIR and STTR developed technologies Emphasis is placed on Phase 3 contracting NASA has issued many multi-million dollar Phase 3 following contracts; the largest being for $57M Features of NASA SBIR/STTR ProgramsSlide26: Participation in NASA’s SBIR/STTR Programs SWIFT V Indiana Michigan Missouri Tennessee KentuckySlide27: NASA SBIR Selection History NASA has selected 5,765 Phase-I proposals, and 2,562 Phase-II proposals since the program’s inception 214 Phase-I proposals (4%), and 87 Phase-II proposals (3%) have been awarded to firms located in IN, KY, MI, MO, and TNSlide28: NASA SBIR Selection History Awards by StateSlide29: NASA SBIR 2003 Solicitation NASA received 2,695 Phase-I proposals and as a result of the 2003 SBIR Solicitation 120 SBIR 2002 Phase-I proposals (4.5%) came from firms located in the Swift tour states NASA selected 310 Phase-I proposals for award 14 Phase-I awards (4.5%) were to firms located in the SWIFT tour statesSlide30: NASA SBIR 2003 Phase-I Awardees from SWIFT Tour StatesSlide31: NASA SBIR 2002 Phase-II A total of 251 Phase-II proposals were submitted by SBIR contractors completing Phase-I projects. 7 proposals (3%) came from firms located in the Swift tour states NASA selected 155 Phase-II proposals for award 1 Phase-II award (0.7%) was to a firm located in the SWIFT tour statesSlide32: NASA SBIR 2002 Phase-II Awardee from SWIFT Tour StatesSlide33: NASA STTR Selection History NASA has selected 293 STTR Phase-I proposals, and 104 STTR Phase-II proposals since the program’s inception 15 Phase-I proposals (5%), and 5 Phase-II proposals (5%) have been awarded to firms located in the SWIFT tour states.Slide34: NASA STTR Selection History Awards by StateSlide35: NASA STTR 2003 Solicitation NASA received 179 Phase-I proposals as a result of the 2003 STTR Solicitation 7 Phase-I proposals (4%) came from firms located in the SWIFT tour states NASA selected 45 Phase-I proposals for award, 4 awards (9%) were made to firms located in the SWIFT tour statesSlide36: NASA STTR 2003 Phase-I Awardees from SWIFT Tour StatesSlide37: NASA STTR 2002 Phase-II A total of 22 Phase-II proposals were submitted by STTR contractors completing Phase-I projects. No proposals came from firms located in the Swift tour states NASA selected 18 Phase-II proposals for awardSlide38: NASA SBIR/STTR Commercial Success Stories NASA currently has 501 documented SBIR/STTR commercial success stories 21 of these success stories (4%) are with firms located in the SWIFT tour states: Indiana 1 Kentucky 0 Michigan 10 Missouri 1 Tennessee 9 http://sbir.nasa.gov/SBIR/success.htmSlide39: NASA SBIR/STTR Success Stories from IndianaSlide41: NASA SBIR/STTR Success Stories from MichiganSlide52: NASA SBIR/STTR Success Stories from MissouriSlide54: NASA SBIR/STTR Success Stories from TennesseeSlide65: SBIR/STTR Program Schedule NASA 2004 SBIR & STTR Solicitations opened July 7, 2004 Closing Date: September 9, 2004 Slide66: For Further Information… You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.